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Dan Parks kicked four penalties and a drop goal to ease Scotland home, with Merab Kvirikashvili responding with two penalties for Georgia.
And despite failing to cross the whitewash over 80 minutes, Robinson declared himself satisfied with a strong defensive performance.
“It wasn't going to be pretty with the weather conditions. We needed our front five to really perform tonight and I thought they did really well,” he said.
“We got plenty of territory in the second half but we just kept knocking the ball long. We just needed to look after the ball and I thought that we would have scored tries but because we turned the ball over we allowed Georgia into our territory.
“I am really delighted with the way we defended. We needed to step up from last week (v Romania) so this game was pleasing.
“Coming to Invercargill we wanted nine points as a minimum and I’m delighted with the first two games.”
Kvirikashvili failed with an early drop goal attempt before stunning Scotland into life with a penalty on 18 minutes and Parks dragged his attempt at an immediate response wide of the posts but leveled the scores soon after before slotting a drop goal just before the restart.
Parks and Kvirikashvili exchanged penalties to leave the gap at six points with seven minutes remaining before the Cardiff fly-half slotted a further penalty to ease Scotland’s nerves.
“Maybe we forced one or two passes but it was such a stop-start game, because of the penalties they were giving away, that can break your rhythm," said captain Rory Lawson.
“Conditions were tough but we back our skillset and I felt that if another couple of passes had gone to hand we could have had a couple of scores.”